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GOOD NATURED

A program of short talks at Superlocalstudio for Sydney Design Festival 2018 by local creative practices who combine an approach of considered & engaging design through a purpose & process that is human & nature centered.

Hear from The Organic Tea Project about their circular design process that benefits the producer, the customer & the environment. Jennifer Kwok who will talk on the five elements of design & nature in the urban landscape. The Republic of Everyone will talk about Plant Life Balance, a new campaign that encourages the benefits of integrating plants in everyday life.

Waverley Council will highlight local creative & sustainable initiatives that encourage & support biodiversity in the environment. Julia Champtaloup will discuss her Terra Botanica photographic project which looks at everyday natural treasures in the urban landscape, & Valentina Zarew will speak on her upcoming project Simpatico, featuring how creative practices are in tune with nature.

Additionally, GECA  will be presenting their Materials in Mind pod, showcasing some of their 4,000 sustainable products for better living. 

SYDNEY DESIGN

Celebrating its 20th year, Sydney Design Festival 2018 presents events that respond to the theme Call to Action.

‘Through a diverse program of events, Sydney Design Festival champions local, national & international design, & promotes a critical understanding of the impact of design on everyday life & culture.

Action is purpose & movement; Action is deliberate & forward thinking. Design has a role to play in an ever-changing world & has the potential to solve complex global problems. SDF18 events explore design practice, collaboration, conversation & current design trends.’

Tickets available here

Sydney Design Festival March 2 - 11 2018. Other related events in the program include a MAKERS Craft + Design TALK with Cave Urban and Kendall Permaculture, Embracing Randomness workshop with Errol Flanagan, and the Common Good exhibition at The Powerhouse Museum.